By Michael Mewshaw Plus ca change, as they say in Paris, the more things remain the same. Roland Garros is a great example of this truism. As it expands its grounds and adds new courts and facilities, a number of familiar landmarks will disappear. Court 1, often known as the Bullring, is due to fall to the wrecking […]
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- Russia as heard through its cello music
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An entire history of 20th century Russian music could probably be written through the prism of music for cello, tracing a stylistic development from the last vestiges of Romanticism through the more astringent sounds of midcentury and perhaps back out the other end.[...] most of it would involve the legacy of the great Mstislav Rostropovich, for whom most of that music was created.Cellist Sarah Hong and pianist Makiko Ooka, who perform as a partnership dubbed Le Due Muse, are sampling that tradition with their recital this weekend.